Hans Zimmer Says He’s Driving ‘Dune’ Team Crazy with So Many Score Ideas and Experiments
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Does Hans Zimmer ever get tired of writing original scores for films? Yes, but then come projects like Denis Villeneuve's "Dune". In a new interview with Variety, the Oscar winner says that the possibilities for the score "Dune" are so endless that "I'm driving everyone crazy because I'm so full of ideas". Zimmer is currently designing compositions and experimenting with sounds for the score "Dune", and he calls the collaboration with Villeneuve "totally and absolutely inspiring".
"At the moment I am making these noises," said Zimmer. "I only have these ideas and it's like this every day. I do all these experiments and I have no idea if any of them will ever really end up in the film. But we are so committed and try to do something different, solid and honorable To do work and do the book justice. "
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Zimmer is currently dealing with music and is not thinking too much about how he can record in the middle of the pandemic with a large orchestra.
"So far I've been fine," said Zimmer. “Opportunities open up. The recording takes place in London and Vienna. And look, I've always used strange lineups and, for better or for worse, invented a way of working where different small sections can come in at different times. It's not that different for me. Remote working is terrible, but I did it. And if we have to do it that way, we do it that way. "
Zimmer previously said that "Dune" was impossible to refuse because Frank Herbert's novel was one of his favorite books as a teenager. Working with Villeneuve and creating music for “Dune” was so tempting that Zimmer even refused to reunite with long-time associate Christopher Nolan for “Tenet”.
"I have to do [" Dune "]," Zimmer said to The Playlist last summer. "Chris [Nolan] understands that I have to do it. He'll be fine. "
Warner Bros. has "Dune" in the December 18 release calendar. Music and instrumentation are often one of the last parts of the post-production process, so Zimmer remains on the right track to finish the score in time.
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